NEW YORK (CBSNewYork) – Grab some extra napkins because the skyscraper-tall sandwiches of the Carnegie Deli are coming back to New York City.
The famous deli will be opening up a pop-up shop in Lower Manhattan for one week in December. The seven-day revival is part of a promotion for the Amazon Prime television series “The Marvelous Mrs. Maisel.”READ MORE: NYPD: Delivery Worker Stabbed To Death, E-Bike Stolen Near Sara D. Roosevelt Park
Carnegie Deli made the announcement on Instagram, alongside one of their famous pastrami on rye sandwiches, coleslaw, and (of course) a pickle.
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@carnegiedeli along with @amazonprimevideo and @maiseltv are celebrating the new season of The Marvelous Mrs. Maisel by creating an immersive Carnegie Deli pop-up experience. From 12/1 to 12/8, guests can travel back in time to 1958, with everything from décor, to pricing, to the menu. For more info and reservations, check out the link in our bio! PC: @charlie.shoots • • • #themarvelousmrsmaisel #themarvelousmrsmaiselseason2 #maiseltv #carnegiedeli #popup #nycpopup #deli #marvelous #pastrami #thesusie #themaisel #eeeeeats #nyceeeeeats #amazonprimevideo #amazon #mrsmaisel #homeofthemaisel
The pop-up deli will reportedly be located at 201 Lafayette Street from Dec. 1 to Dec. 8.READ MORE: Gabby Petito Foundation Holds Fundraiser On Long Island
Carnegie shut its doors at the end of 2016 after nearly 80 years in business.MORE NEWS: Sharee Jones Charged With Arson, Hate Crime After Fire At Brooklyn Yeshiva
Its iconic Seventh Avenue location was lined with photos of celebrities who have eaten there since it opened in 1937 and was named for the nearby Carnegie Hall.